How to customize fat PS3 Face plate

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James James says:
How to make the 60GB PS3 quieter?
I have a backwards-compatible NA 60GB Playstation 3... aka, a "fat" PS3. When I bought it in December of 2011, I disregarded the warnings related to how loud it was when playing games. I assumed that it was just people being overly picky. I was...
Glimmer Man says:
There is nothing you can do to make it quieter. My old 80GB PS3 made that noise shortly before it malfunctioned. I tried new thermal paste and a 19 blade fan, nothing worked. The problem is that...

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